- Updated more tests to pass on a forthcoming waldo package update (#237).

- Made a test less strict to pass tests on Alpine Linux (#218, #220).
- Updated tests to pass on forthcoming waldo package update (@hadley, #226).
- Updated vendored file modifications to suppress a multi-line comment warning on gcc (#214, #227).

- Fixed test for
`as.data.frame()`

for`s2_cell()`

to comply with new wk version and the latest release of R (#207). - Fix unary union of an empty multipolygon (#208).
- Added
`#include <cstdint>`

to an Abseil header to fix compilation with gcc13 (#209, #210). - Update internal Abseil to 20220623.1 LTS (#213).

- Fix new CRAN check warnings (#202, #203).

- Fix for s2 build on Windows with R <= 3.6.x (#142)
- Fix for s2 build on MacOS with multiple openssl versions (#142, #145, #146)
- Fix for s2 build on 32-bit openssl (#143, #147)
- Added
`s2_convex_hull()`

and`s2_convex_hull_agg()`

(@spiry34, #150, #151, #163). - Added
`max_distance`

argument to`s2_closest_edges()`

, making distance-constrained k-nearest neighbours possible (#125, #156, #162). - Added a spherical
`s2_point_on_surface()`

implementation for polygons (@kylebutts, #152, #161) - Added a
`s2_cell_union()`

vector class to represent cell coverings and operators to generate them from an s2 geography vector (e.g.,`s2_covering_cell_ids()`

). Cell unions are useful as compact representations of spherical geometry and can be used like a bounding box to determine a possible intersection with one or more geographies (#85, #94, #164). - Refactored the simple features compatability layer into a standalone code base for potential future use in a Python adaptation (#165).
- Migrate input and output to non-deprecated wk package handlers and writers (#101, #165, #168).
- Make
`s2_union_agg()`

more efficient using a recursive merge strategy (#103, #165). - Fix package build on Raspberry Pi (#169, #171).
- Fix warning on clang14 when compiling with
`-O0`

(#167, #172). - Added
`s2_prepared_dwithin()`

and fixed`s2_dwithin_matrix()`

such that it efficiently uses the index (#157, #174). - Updated
`s2_lnglat()`

and`s2_point()`

to use`wk::xy()`

(a record-style vctr) to represent point coordinates. This is much faster than the previous representation which relied on`list()`

of external pointers (#181, #159). - Added arguments
`planar`

and`tessellate_tol_m`

to`s2_as_text()`

,`s2_as_binary()`

. Use`planar = TRUE`

and set`tessellate_tol_m`

to the maximum error for your use-case to automatically subdivide edges to preserve or “straight” lines in Plate carree projection on import (#182). - Added arguments
`planar`

and`tessellate_tol_m`

to`s2_geog_from_text()`

, and`s2_geog_from_wkb()`

. Use`planar = TRUE`

and set`tessellate_tol_m`

to the maximum error for your use-case to automatically subdivide edges to ensure or “straight” lines in Plate carree projection on export (#182).

- Update the internal copy of s2geometry to use updated Abseil, fixing a compiler warning on gcc-11 (#79, #134).

- Added support for
`STRICT_R_HEADERS`

(@eddelbuettel, #118). - Fixed a bug where the result of
`s2_centroid_agg()`

did not behave like a normal point in distance calculations (#119, #121). - Fixed a Windows UCRT check failure and updated openssl linking (@jeroen, #122).

- Added
`s2_projection_filter()`

and`s2_unprojection_filter()`

to expose the S2 edge tessellator, which can be used to make Cartesian or great circle assumptions of line segments explicit by adding points where necessary (#115). - Added an
`s2_cell()`

vector class to expose a subset of the S2 indexing system to R users (#85, #114). - Added
`s2_closest_edges()`

to make k-nearest neighbours calculation possible on the sphere (#111, #112). - Added
`s2_interpolate()`

,`s2_interpolate_normalized()`

,`s2_project()`

, and`s2_project_normalized()`

to provide linear referencing support on the sphere (#96, #110). - Fixed import of empty points from WKB (#109).
- Added argument
`dimensions`

to`s2_options()`

to constrain the output dimensions of a boolean or rebuild operation (#105, #104, #110). - Added
`s2_is_valid()`

and`s2_is_valid_detail()`

to help find invalid spherical geometries when importing data into S2 (#100). - Improved error messages when importing and processing data such that errors can be debugged more readily (#100, #98).
- The unary version of
`s2_union()`

can now handle MULTIPOLYGON geometries with overlapping rings in addition to other invalid polygons.`s2_union()`

can now sanitize almost any input to be valid spherical geometry with minimal modification (#100, #99). - Renamed the existing implementation of
`s2_union_agg()`

to`s2_coverage_union_agg()`

to make clear that the function only works when the individual geometries do not have overlapping interiors.`s2_union_agg()`

was replaced with a true aggregate union that can handle unions of most geometries (#100, #97). - Added
`s2_rebuild_agg()`

to match`s2_union_agg()`

. Like`s2_rebuild()`

,`s2_rebuild_agg()`

collects the edges in the input and builds them into a feature, optionally snapping or simplifying vertices in the process (#100).

- Fixed errors that resulted from compilation on clang 12.2 (#88, #89).

- Fixed CRAN check errors (#80).

- Fixed CRAN check errors (#71, #75, #72).

- Added layer creation options to
`s2_options()`

, which now uses strings rather than numeric codes to specify boolean operation options, geography construction options, and builder options (#70). - Added
`s2_rebuild()`

and`s2_simplify()`

, which wrap the S2 C++`S2Builder`

class to provide simplification and fixing of invalid geographies (#70). - The s2 package now builds and passes the CMD check on Solaris (#66, #67).
- Renamed
`s2_latlng()`

to`s2_lnglat()`

to keep axis order consistent throughout the package (#69). - Added
`s2_bounds_cap()`

and`s2_bounds_rect()`

to compute bounding areas using geographic coordinates (@edzer, #63). `s2_*_matrix()`

predicates now efficiently use indexing to compute the results of many predicate comparisons (#61).

This version is a complete rewrite of the former s2 CRAN package, entirely backwards incompatible with previous versions.